Fforest Fields Caravan & Camping Park, Powys

First Light at Fforest Fields

We highly recommend Fforest Fields – good facilities, campfires, and even canoeing.  A great place for families.

Tents Sign at Fforest Fields

Fforest Fields Caravan & Camping Park

Fforest Fields is a family oriented site that spans seven acres and set in beautiful countryside at the heart of mid-Wales near the town of Builth Wells.

The site is nestled in a rural valley surrounded by rolling hills. Lakes, woodlands, and moorlands are all available to explore from the site.


This is a well-maintained site, with lots of different pitches, from hardstandings to grassy areas.  



The landscaping is very good, with small streams and trees creating privacy and making the site feel smaller than it is.


Excellent Facilities

Fforest Fields campsite facilities
It must be mentioned that Fforest Fields has excellent new facilities.

The showers are free, but not only free, they are excellent.  The facilities would not be amiss at a very good leisure centre, and not your typical campsite.

There are also dedicated family bathrooms, which is great if you have to clean little ones.



The facilities would not be amiss at a very good leisure centre.



It is not only showers that Fforest Fields excels in.  It has a good laundry, a drying room, a small shop for essentials (open with an ‘honesty box’ if no one is in the office), and a camper’s kitchen with fridges and freezers – plus a very handy microwave.


Another great idea at Fforest Fields is the mobile phone charging in the Camper’s Kitchen, where you can lock your phone away whilst it charges.  Again, another great free service that makes camping here great.

Campfires at Fforest Fields

Campfires are allowed at Fforest Fields, but must be off the ground (and fire pits can be provided).

They also have blocks that can be used to raise BBQs off the grass.

Activities – Try Canoeing or do some Mountain Biking

You don’t even need to leave the campsite to ‘get out with the kids’ and get active as Fforest Fields has its own boating lake, along with canoes and paddles you can use (£20 deposit when we visited – buoyancy aids must be worn and everyone must be able to swim).

There are also a number of farm trails that have been made available for mountain biking.

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Getting in Touch with Fforest Fields

Here's how you can get in contact with Fforest Fields.

Fforest Fields Website

@fforestfields

Fforest Fields Facebook Page

01982 570406

Where to find Fforest Fields

Latitude: 52.1751633, Longitude: -3.3181434

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Use N 52.17121 W 03.31621 in your Sat Nav. Do not use the post code. Alternatively, put 'Hundred House' into your Sat Nav (choose the one in Powys). Fforest Fields is about half a mile after the village on the left hand side. The entrance is sign posted and the campsite is down a small road that runs by some farm buildings.

Fforest Farm, Hundred House, Builth Wells, Powys, LD1 5RT .

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Get Out With The Kids rating of Fforest Fields 4.5 out of 5

We loved Fforest Fields and are happy to give it a high rating.

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